If you need to reset your password, click here. CentOS5 appears to automatically do so as part of its installer, and I am presented with a choice of three drives sda, sdb and the dmraid detected array of the two. Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting. Guest Enthusiast 14 Members 6, posts. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.

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Cheap cards and motherboard based RAID are useless.

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Intel® RAID Controller Hubs—Linux* Support

There are some motherboards that have used their chips, so it could be in there. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.

If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Posted May 3, Posted May 11, Posted May 9, I also needed to find my NIC info as well, so I typed “modinfo [device]” and it gave me the driver version there.

The cheaper cards and motherboard built in raids are fake.


Intel® RAID Controller Hubs—Linux* Support

I have fired this off to you today, look forward to your response. Is it during installation or after installation?

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But maybe thats just mb built in fake hw raids? I have used “lsmod” to see my modules, but once I am in there I do not know where my disk controller information would ocntroller found.

It’s basically just a bios to configure a raid set, and a driver that windows uses just to install onto there, the CPU still has to do all the heavy lifting. Sure Thing, here is the lspci -v output: Hi bros, lspci -v shows this: Cotroller you see anything from LSI in your lspci?

I notice that if I run through the CentOS5 installation, the array I configure through the bios 631xesb/362xesb to be seen by dmraid – is this functionality available in the xen system?

Does this answer the question somewhat?

Dear Jim, Please let me know the following: If it’s on the builtin intel chipset, ya it’s fakeraid. Last edited by GrapefruiTgirl; at You often configure and check status of the raid during bios boot. Fakeraid is generally on motherboards, but a lot of add in cards have it too.


If you need to reset your password, click here. Yes, I find it funny that it doesn’t show the driver, like mine does: Upvote if you also have this question or find it interesting.

Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SATA_AHCI: AHCI SATA support

Please clarify me where you 631xesb/6332xesb finding the problem. Posted May 2, Please refer following KB articles for more information about Fakeraid and working with it. Hi, I have tried configuring the RAID as both 0 and 1 from the bios as I only have two drives those are the only options available to me.